Oasis of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern
Review SummaryI found stores poor. They only had very pricey products. Jewelry store was the worst. I found the same item in St. Thomas and Nassau about $1\,000.00 less. There was no place to sit quietly anywhere on ship. Lots of things for youngsters. Little anywhere for older crowd\, especially to sit back and relax. Service in dining room was VERY slow. There was no easy listening music group in an lounge from about 4 to 6 or 6:30 PM\, so you could unwind. Boardwalk was okay\, but restaurants are really geared toward youngsters (who exactly is the demographic and who statistically goes on cruises??). Specialty restaurants are too pricey. Our room\, a junior suite\, was very spacious\, and the walk-in closet was fantastic. Debarkation was smooth and quick\, but embarkation was terrible. We had to wait a rather long time for the clerk to do something\, though she never did explain where she went off to. Need more check-in lines or somewhere to sit during this process. The formal night is a pass idea today. Airlines charge for suitcases\, and to bring formal or dress clothes usually requires an extra one. Recommend you find something else to take its place.
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Pros: Food in Windjammer\, room\, walk-in closet\, coffee in room\, service\, debarkation was smooth and quick\, embarkation was too slow for me\, compared to other cruises
Cons: No good stores on board\, no place quiet for R&R\, not as special as I thought\, very slow service in dining room\, on day at sea\, restaurants and shops did not open until 11 AM and people\, with money to spend\, had no place to go and just had to walk around or sit around doing nothing